We all go through tough times in this life. We live in a fallen world, and we see evidence of that frequently.
It's important that we remember who God is during tough times and all times. Worship music often does just that. When I'm going through a time of depression, anxiety, and uncertainty, I'm reminded of the One who is certainly in control. I'm often brought to tears of joy and reassurance while listening to truths proclaimed in solid worship music.
If you're going through one of those times right now, I have some great songs to suggest to you.
This is certainly a song that reminds us of who God is. My favorite lyric in the song is in the chorus:
"None above Him, none before Him
All of time in His hands
For His throne it shall remain and ever stand"
Here's a convenient little video for it:
The song starts off beautifully. I love to think of Jesus as the song of angels; of which couldn't even describe Him fully.
"What tongue could tell my Savior's love
What song of angels could describe
Could endless praises be enough
To echo full His sacrifice"
Kristyn Getty sings beautifully, and one of the last lines of this song is proclaimed in that way by her.
"One with Himself, I cannot die
My soul is purchased by His blood
My life is hid with Christ on high
With Christ my Savior and my God"
This is such a great version of this classic hymn. The soft piano and timeless lyrics make it a calming and reminding song. My favorite line is:
"Holy, holy, holy
All the saints adore Thee
Casting down their golden crowns
Around the glassy sea"
Jesus is surely worthy of our adoration.
To me, it's a pretty good idea to end your car ride worship session with an uplifting and powerful song. This is what you get with this great song! Just check these lyrics:
"How great, how sure
His love endures
Magnificent, marvelous, matchless love!"
No matter what you're going through, you're going to get through it. Remember that it's our God who will see us through.
"These things I have spoken to you, so that in Me you may have peace. In the world you have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world." — John 16:33
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